Sean Maitland signs new Saracens deal
Saracens is excited to announce that Sean Maitland has signed a new contract at the club for the 2023/24 season.
The winger, who showed his class with two tries in the semi-final against Northampton at the weekend has put pen to paper meaning he will remain at StoneX Stadium for another year.
Maitland has made 130 appearances for the club since joining in 2016, and has played a huge part in some of the best moments in Saracens’ history.
His try in the 2019 Heineken Champions Cup Final against Leinster will always be a favourite amongst the fans and they will be hoping there are more to come over the next 12 months.
The 34-year-old started his career with the Crusaders back in New Zealand, and had spells at both Glasgow Warriors and London Irish before heading to North London.
On the international stage he has 53 caps for Scotland, including both the 2015 and the 2019 World Cups.
He also received the Community Player of the Season Award last week, highlighting his incredible work with the Saracens Foundation on a weekly basis.
Maitland is delighted to be staying for another year.
“This club has a special place in my heart so I’m massively excited to be staying.
Coming in to work every day with my best mates is a joy and with this group I really believe we have some special moments coming up.”
Director of Rugby Mark McCall is thrilled that Maitland will remain a Saracen.
“Sean embodies everything good about this club so we are delighted that he will remain with us for another 12 months.
He is hugely popular amongst the group and is playing some brilliant rugby week in week out, so I’m sure everyone at the club is very pleased with this news.”